In this text, Albert Gelpi, a scholar of poetry, offers a critical
study of C. Day Lewis's oeuvre. Gelpi argues that, striking as the
work of the 1930s remains, much of C. Day Lewis's best work came
during and after the war in the 1940s and in his last years. This
book is an introduction to C. Day Lewis's work and a compelling
argument for his status as one of the important British poets of
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